Jesse Mulligan, 1–4pm for Friday 22 August 2008
Afternoons with Jim Mora on Friday 22 August 2008
1:06 Jim's Essay
1:10 The Best Song Ever Written
Boots of Spanish Leather - Bob Dylan
1:15 New Zealand Live - Leon Wharekura
2:10 History and Legacy left by Chinese in Otago
The backers of a planned Otago-wide Chinese heritage trail are preparing to travel across the region this Spring to undertake research into historical sites and relics that could be part of the ambitious project.
Chinese historian Dr Jim Ng is the driving force behind the trail, which would link the Chinese garden in Dunedin, the goldfields of Lawrence-Tuapeka and the Cromwell Mining Centre as key drawcards for tourists.
2:20 Pilot project for international students to lodge complaints
A website has been launched today that will allow Canterbury students to lodge complaints of racial harrassment. Students from Christchurch Polytechnic, and Lincoln and Canterbury Universities can log on to the site to file a complaint, and to request if they want it followed up by the Police, the Human Rights Commission or their education provider.
The website's part of the Safer Students campaign that was launched earlier this year, after research showed fifty percent of international polytech and university students in Canterbury had experienced racial harrassment or had seen it happening to others.
Inspector John Price is in charge of policing development for the Canterbury district and talks about the project.
2:30 New Zealand reading
Our final Hartley Manners story - Curtain Call by Matthew O'Sullivan
Told by Grant Tilly.
2:45 He Rourou
Ana Tapiata talks to Te Oraiti Calcott, one of the women who helped start the internationally recognised kohan.
2:50 What's On
2:55 Bob McDavitt with Weekend weather
3:12 Fresh Fast Food
The winning chef from the Cuisine Restaurant of the Year, Sean Marshall, from The Matterhorn in Wellington
3:33 Sports Story
Our chances of any more medals in the last few days at the Beijing Olympics with Barry Guy and the Radio New Zealand team. The BMX finals are today and also the first day of finals at the kayaking.
3:47 New Zealand Society
The Vault is back with more from the Radio Sound Archives... as today sculptor Llew Summers remembers what he heard on his wireless at the age of seven.
4:06 The Panel
With Rosemary McLeod and David McPhail